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Sunlight and pregnancy?

Discussion in 'Female Quantum Biology' started by Jack Kruse, Jul 27, 2017.

  1. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Dr. Kruse was asked: "Aside from the obvious (no sex drive) could Vitamin D deficiency make it harder to get pregnant?" I've been Vitamin D deficient and I cannot get pregnant even on clomid. My husband also is vitamin D deficient.

    Answer: Very much so. No sex drive is nature trying to tell you not to have a kid. Why? Your germ cell line has a high heteroplasmy rate. The European Journal of Endocrinology had an article in 2102:

    Among women, vitamin D appears to impact in vitro fertilization (IVF) outcomes, endometriosis, polycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS), the most common female endocrine disorder, as well as boost levels of progesterone and estrogen, which regulate menstrual cycles and improve the likelihood of successful conception
    In men, vitamin D is essential for the healthy development of the nucleus of the sperm cell, and helps maintain semen quality and sperm count. Vitamin D also increases levels of testosterone, which may boost libido
    The researchers state:

    “Given the high prevalence of infertility as well as vitamin D insufficiency in otherwise healthy young women and men and the possible role of vitamin D in human reproduction, research might lead to new therapeutic approaches such as vitamin D supplementation in the treatment of female and male reproductive disorders.”

    In 2008, Australian fertility specialist Dr. Anne Clark found almost one-third of the 800 infertile men included in her study had lower than normal levels of vitamin D, (bear in mind here that "normal" does not equal "optimal" -- so by optimal standards, the rate of vitamin D deficiency was likely far higher than one-third) stating that:

    "Vitamin D and folate deficiency are known to be associated with infertility in women, but the outcomes of the screening among men in our study group came as a complete surprise. Men in the study group who agreed to make lifestyle changes and take dietary supplements had surprisingly good fertility outcomes."

    In fact, of the 100 men who agreed to make and maintain certain lifestyle changes (quitting smoking, minimizing intake of caffeine and alcohol, weight reduction, along with a course of vitamins and antioxidants) for three months prior to fertility treatment, 11 of them went on to achieve pregnancy naturally, without IVF treatment.

    Previous studies, such as one published in The Journal of Nutrition, also found that although vitamin-D-deficient female rats were capable of reproduction, it reduced fertility by an astounding 75 percent, diminished litter sizes by 30 percent, and impaired neonatal growth.

    Interestingly, another study published in November 2009 confirmed that human sperm does in fact have a vitamin D receptor. Analysis indicated that vitamin D is produced locally in the sperm, which suggests that vitamin D may be involved in the signaling between cells in the reproductive system. According to the authors, the study revealed "an unexpected significance of this hormone [vitamin D] in the acquisition of fertilizing ability," and the results imply that vitamin D is involved in a variety of sperm signaling pathways. CITES: http://jn.nutrition.org/content/110/8/1573.full.pdf
  2. Jack Kruse

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  3. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Sun not foods........foods are a poor source of D3. Mushrooms, fish eyes and fish skin were about all the foods that helped the high latitude humans. The native high latitude peoples knew this and this is why their diets were high in seafood.......but they also knew to ground too to make a great connection to draw any wireless power from the light that was present.
  4. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    Back to the eyes.........I'll just leave this here. "Near-infrared light photobiomodulation may be a noninvasive, inexpensive, and easy adjunctive therapy to help inhibit the development of ocular diseases, such as AMD and retinitis pigmentosa." You might be shocked to know that cosmic backround radiations at night also effect the dense core granules in the RPE of the eye of some nocturnal mammals mitochondria and the same has been proven in chloroplasts. People forget chloroplasts and mitochondria both come from stolen bacteria by endosymbiosis.
    This oocurs without showing any damaging effects on either leaves or the retina and the pattern of optical signaling streaming is changed in the retina to different light sources.......so that means the DC current they normally make is altered and that small alteration is what the non visual part of the eye clock pays attention too.
    When mis-timing occurs in our retina’s mitochondria, the result is due to the enlargement of our respiratory proteins in ECT of the central retina where melanopsin and retinol coupled cycle resides. The RPE's mitochondria are the king pin here for understanding. The RPE is loaded with melanin. Melanin responds aggressive to UV light. You still believe the cornea and lens block all UV because an eye doc told you that? Look at the picture below. You still buy it? This is another half truth. The relationship of distance in these proteins to the current of electron flow is totally asymmetric and this asymmetry underpins where time emerges in cells. For time to exist there must be a collision with light and proteins in our eye to sense it. To reiterate, 1 angstrom increase in the distance of the respiratory proteins decreases the flow of electrons by a factor of ten in electron chain transport. This directly slows electron flow and causes inaccurate timing. Bad timing results in things like neuro-degeneration, T2D, and autoimmunity in our tissues where the timing mechanism is off most. This is why blue light exposure and low melatonin levels are coupled in the retina and brain. It is also why red light made from UV light by the Q-cycle condenses respiratory proteins while increasing electron flow. It is why both of these symptoms are linked to chronically low UV light assimilation and resultant vitamin D levels. Low Vitamin D levels produce low DC electric currents in our tissues. Low currents lower regeneration and speed time up quicker to us and we die sooner. It is why all of these things directly link to high ubiquination rates in proteins. Time is a function of ubiquitin marking in biology and is related to telomere length based upon the local redox chemistry present which is a function of the atoms in your cells and the fields that are interacting with them. Light interactions create the arrow of time in these interactions.#LightIsourbestDrughttps://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4544713/
  5. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    In the Vermont video 2017 I mentioned to you some American eye docs who are finally starting to get wise about what really causes myopia. I spoke with several Japanese eye docs early in 2017 to go over old data they missed that is critical. Today I want to share with you the link on why they got wise. Here is the meta-analysis that is shocking the eye doc professionals today. I've been teaching for ten years that most people are destroying their health because our circadian clock in our eyes that is a non image part of the eye is destroyed by chronic excessive blue light, RF/microwave light radiations that modern humans use in technology. A number of studies, including the Blue Mountains Eye Study and the Beijing Eye Study, have found that the risk of glaucoma appears to increase in persons with high myopia (6 diopters or more). Recently, Kuldev Singh, MD, MPH, at Stanford University, and Shan C. Lin, MD, at the University of California, San Francisco, reported a similar association in a U.S. population. This myopia trend globally is due to our blue lit microwaved world and the eye docs are slowly catching on. The Japanese eye docs are the furthest along in understanding this linkage to our poorly constructed modern world of light engineering. Dr. Law has been quoted as saying that patients with mild myopia appear to follow a course similar to those without myopia. This should concern us all. Here is the link. http://jamanetwork.com/journals/jamaophthalmology/fullarticle/2588252
  6. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    What have I learned so far about my own mitochondria from ten years of bio-hacks? Why are summer time high fat diets not a great thing to do chronically across all seasons? High fat diets force the use of mitochondria because they are oxidative powerhouses for fat. But what if you are designed to be loosely coupled by your mtDNA haplotype? Food guru's and journalists never consider this. If you have a Northern Europe haplotype, it means you are loosely coupled. Loosely coupled means that there is quantized deficit between how the mitochondria and nucleus in a cell work to work at higher latitudes where solar light is not present to excess. This haplotype means grounding is critical to mitochondrial function and proper nuclear expression. People who are loosely coupled are set up to have higher levels of mitochondrial heteroplasmy rates by design. Why? As heteroplasmy rate increases when one is ground in a low solar environment this allows mitochondria to uncouple ox/phos and burn fats to make heat from the mitochondria to shrink the respiratory proteins that are surrounded by water. Water shrinks when it is heated and expands when it cold. As heteroplasmy rates increase due to fake light or when someone is disconnected from Earth (rubber shoes or astronauts) disease phenotypes morph dramatically because of a loss of mitochondria energy flow via electron chain transport. But what if your mitochondria functionally are bad because of your poor light and grounding choices? = high % heteroplasmy rate in tissues = poor energy flow in those tissues = organ failure? When tissue energy drops in that case you must first optimize the things a mitochondria uses to recycle via mitophagy. Heteroplasmy implies altered O2 levels called pseudohypoxia and UV light assimilation via our surfaces to maintain NAD+ levels at cytochrome 1 NADH couple. What does that mean if you have a high percentage of heteroplasmy in your mitochondria? = real bad mito-nuclear coaptation = poor redox. Food cannot fix this problem alone. What does it mean for good mito-nuclear coaptation? It means you burn fat well and you need very little food to sustain yourself because you assimilate photons and electrons from the sun and magnetic field by grounding well to activate autophagy and apoptosis to improve energy flow in organs. This is the food guru failure. http://www.sciencedirect.com/…/article/pii/S0891584916310863
  7. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    High carb foods only grow in high UV environments so electrons from carbohydrates should carry higher photonic power. So how does this translate to solution based biochemistry perspective? High carbohydrate diets provide more energy by fermentation because of these highly powered electrons, without causing humans actually needing to use their badly functioning mitochondria. Bacteria tend to like this situation. Where are bacteria in your body? MITOCHONDRIA ARE BACTERIA. Every surface where you assimilate light bacteria are also present. How to do bacteria and your mitonuclear coapatation work together? Here is clue: those with mitochondrial diseases who have "adopted, used, and advocated" long term ketogenic diets have been known to collapse into coma because their damaged mitochondria can't provide enough energy needed for a conscious state. When you have a high percentage of heteroplasmy in tissues, ketosis can actually hurt you!!!!! FOOD GURU's NEVER TELL YOU THIS. This is not well appreciated by the LCHF food guru's. Mitochondria actually cannot function physiologically to generate energy for us neurologically without help from fermentation when heteroplasmy is elevated. Environmentally broken paleo advocates (blue light nnEMF) use and advocate carbs for that reason. Environmentally broken LCHF folks just get sicker as time evolves because they cannot replace mitochondria and/or DHA fast enough to offset their environment toxicity and they allow their mitochondria to face. Could we hack heteroplasmy? Yep. Some might begin to advocate temporary nicotine use when they are completely stalled and spinning their wheels. Why might nicotine work in this hack? What other cofactors would make nicotine work even better? Methylene blue could be a huge boost. Methylene blue is a MAO inhibitor and you learned about them in Time 6 and 7. MG can affect all the levels of endogenous biogenic amines. So if you are taking drugs that interact with this axis you need to be careful. MB can therefore can interact with selective serotonin reuptake inhibitor (SSRI) and MAO inhibitors to cause serious serotonin toxicity or serotonin syndrome. What about nicotine? Nicotine works best with good O2 consumption by mitochondria and strong natural full spectrum sunlight. Most nicotine users smoke so they never see the optimized effect of nicotine because of co-morbid lung disease from smoking. We can use a nicotrol inhaler to offset that risk. Most people who are sick rarely go out in the sun because their doctors or their beliefs keep them ignorant of basic physics. Going out in the sun makes us feel well because it causes release of beta endorphin and NO from our skin. Runners get a high from this but the high is always greater in natural light. So how might nicotine work when O2 and UV light are optimized in your bio-hack? Nicotine slightly increases glucose levels to give a small superoxide pulse. This pulse make the perfect amount of singlet state ROS/superoxide to be the stimulus to lower the % of heteroplasmy in our cells and improve energy flux in those tissues. This small stimulus does two key things: 1. the small stimulus stimulates regeneration programs in us. 2. It stimulates mitophagy to recycle heteroplasmic poor functioning mitochondria to make new mitochondria and dig yourself out of the hole called mitochondria senescence. You cannot get the superoxide pulse without the O2 or the UV exposure to make the proper free radicals to signal it. Did you know that DHA in your RBC's in skin arterioles 7-10 AM allows you to absorb even more UV light? This is possible because UVA light stimulates nitric oxide that vasodilators the skin arterioles to come closer to the surface so that UV light can be absorbed by porphyrins and hemoglobin in RBC's. UVB light penetrates only 0.1 mm. UVA penetrates 1-3 mm so to get UV light RBC's have to move toward the surface and they do because of the light nitric oxide couple. This is also why light makes plants move toward light too. If you're anemic, hypoxic, or diabetic, your fighting an uphill battle because your % of heteroplasmy is getting larger than it was when you were younger. Diseases can manifest just from the slow increase of heteroplasmy in mitochondria. But we can reverse the process if we get the natural details correct of how light works with chemicals in our body. Few people have that discipline in their bio-hacks. Some do. That is why we share what we have learned. All people as they age, they acquire this same kind of mito-nuclear coaptation dysfunction because as redox lowers, mitochondria uncouple and get more leaky and heteroplasmy increases. Every decade it rises 10%. The major difference in aging compared to disease generation is that an aging person has a slower timescale of the development of heteroplasmy compared to those who develop illnesses at a younger age. The % of heteroplasmy is slower in natural aging, but faster in neolithic diseases in today's modern humans 20-40 years old. Their environment is driving the increased heteroplasmy.


    Now you should realize why aspirin works for people with high heteroplasmy rates. It is a mitochondrial uncoupler that gives a bad mitochondria a small pulse of superoxide to try to stimulate mitophagy. What about different maternal Haplogroups that have varied rates of uncoupling efficiencies?
    Last edited: Jul 27, 2017
  8. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    The answer depends upon is the person with this haplotype now suffering from high or low heteroplasmy rates and do their SNP's or amino acid polymorphisms affect the heteroplasmy rate in some negative way?
    Once the answer is obtained you can come up with a good plan. So when you have higher heteroplasmy what should the game plan be? If you have decent heteroplasmy you fast during winter, carb up during summer to get the pulse. Exercise within reason is wise. If you have a terrible heteroplasmy rate = mild % you should consider nicotine hack moderate = aspirin severe = methylene blue.
    Wine is also capable of giving the pulse because it makes ROS pulses that can be bad or good depending upon heteroplasmy % in tissues.......but if you are moderate or severe % heteroplasmy you need to avoid all booze including wine. EtOH is not good for bad mitochondria period.
    Mito-hacking 101.
  9. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    This thread should help anyone see why food cannot solve a mitochondrial problem........it is like topical medicine on a gaping wound. Mitochondrial problems are tied to the incident EMF that is controling the MCU transporter that controls the amount of calcium that rushed into a cell to make the correct free radical (superoxide) not the EMF exciting the electrons that feed into ECT.........See the pic below that makes this point.
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  10. caroline

    caroline Moderator

    Thanks Dr. K. for this thread.....
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  11. Brent Patrick

    Brent Patrick New Member

    Yes thank you, great insights!
  12. shiran

    shiran Curious

    How can I get my respiratory proteins to get closer together / to shrink ?
    What do I need to do?

    Currently I don't have my 23 and me results ...
    My little country is full of nnEMF..
    In my house measured nnemf is low..

  13. WalterNL

    WalterNL New Member

    Artificial (blue) light

    AM UV and IR absorption (Sunlight)
    Red light (Sunlight)
    Darkness after sunset (Melatonin/Circadian rhythm)
    Cold thermogenesis
    Methylene blue (depends on context)
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  14. shiran

    shiran Curious

    Thanks @WalterNL
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  15. Brent Patrick

    Brent Patrick New Member

    And ground (Barefoot) on natural surfaces Shiran as much as possible. More electrons you can absorb the stronger your Battery to repel nnEMF

    High nnEMF It would be a good idea to increase DHA through seafood.The more nnEMF in your environment the more DHA you are chewing up.

    Sun harvesting is very much a part of my Epi-paleo Rx and why I wrote my book on Amazon.
    Live in the morning sunlight and harvest it. Sleep in the dark (no 435-465nm light). Heal mitochondria in the red (600-1400nm). See the AM sunlight with UV-A and IR-A to build melatonin, dopamine, and your pituitary hormones naturally. Repeat daily as the Sphinx models us to do.
    When you first start on a ‘wellness journey’ you chasing down health issues one by one with this supplement - that protocol etc. With wisdom you learned that if you change the conditions of existence, this releases the doctor within and most of the individual problems or symptoms vanish.

    Last point:
    When man began to internalize and ultimately subject the evolutionary process to human control his demise began 700,000 years ago when he invented clothing and blocked the morning sun from his skin. It steepened when we began to cover his eyes with glass and plastic for fashion and vision.

    Clothes block AM sunlight (UV AND IR) to the skin and send the signal of winter year around. While carbs out of season, indoor heating, blue light, nnEMF send the signal of perpetual summer & daytime. Our ability to manufacture a comfortable environment is driving neolithic biological chaos. The mind can't distinguish comfort/convenience from safety and has created a hell for the body.
    Clothing mandates that we begin to use seafood to cover our losses of the sun's power because of DHA's unique pi electron cloud. Food guru's often forget that solar light only interacts with electrons to excite them. Who's law dictates this fact? Einstein's photoelectric effect. In fact, that is the only reason the paleo diet works for some. Grass fed meat contain DHA from the grass. The marine seafood chain has exponetially more DHA. The USDA data base shows oysters are a better source per unit weight thangrass fed liver. That is how powerful seafood is in reversing disease to a mitochondriac.

    Humans are believed to have left Africa using water ways, so to stroll away from them now is a grave error. The Paleo food fallacy: The supply of plant based and animal based food sources vanish in the winter months but our ANCESTORS COULD FISH OR HARVEST shellfish year round. In the skin and eye balls of these creates lies hidden the sunlight we are missing from blocking the solar panel of the sun with clothing. We seem to forget this still happens in the Arctic even today. Ice fishing is way more successful than finding a caribou in January- March in the Arctic. Now you know why, because it is a mariner's way of sun harvesting, when the sun is hiding its UV-A on excited electrons that make up the flesh of seafood!!!!!!
    DR KRUSE MAY 28TH 2017
    Last edited: Sep 24, 2017
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  16. shiran

    shiran Curious

    Thanks for your reply I appreciate it as I'm writing the words I'm sitting ground in the AM sun thinking were I can bye my DHA for lunch...
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  17. Brent Patrick

    Brent Patrick New Member

    Excellent and don't give up ,If you haven't already started Read the books Dr Kruse recommends they are a big plus in understanding the Forum one excellent Book you may or may already know of is https://www.amazon.com/Power-Sex-Suicide-Mitochondria-Meaning/dp/0199205647 this is a fantastic book, really helped me connect the dots regarding Respiratory proteins
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  18. shiran

    shiran Curious

    I will definitely get to that book thanks
    I was wondering if in a place with a lot of nnemf is the quality of grounding good? I dot know how to ask the question In the right terms as jack brings them .. ionosphere, electromagnetic etc .. thanks
    Remember him saying the in the golf af Mexico the grounding is good . How would I know what's going on here in Israel?
  19. Aleksandra

    Aleksandra New Member

    I have been trying to find any information regarding the pericentric inversion of Chromosome 9 inv (9) (p21q21) and infertility but it seems to be very rare... If there is any thread that mentions this version of karyotype please paste the link here so I could read about that... Any help would mean a lot.

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